Vehicle tax evasion case against Amala Paul: Crime Branch says case not valid
Kochi: In the vehicle tax evasion case against actress Amala Paul, Crime Branch observed that the case would not stand valid in Kerala. The officials reported that as the incident took place in Puducherry, the case booked against the actress will not be valid in Kerala. Crime Branch has concluded the probe into the case and filed the report before the court.
Meanwhile, Crime Branch has sent a letter to Puducherry Motor Vehicle Department seeking action against the actress over vehicle registration with fake documents.
Mathrubhumi News had reported that Amala Paul registered her Benz car by using fake documents of a rented house address in Puducherry. Crime Branch also confirmed this in their investigation.
Amala had purchased the car from Bengaluru. She brought the car to Puducherry with a temporary registration from Bengaluru and took permanent registration in Puducherry. As most of the dealings are done outside Kerala, the case will not be valid in Kerala, reported Crime Branch.